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11 data breaches that stung US consumers

T.J. Maxx

Year: 2007

Affected: Data from up to 90 million credit and debit cards

Cost: More than $200 million (company estimate); $2.47 billion (Ponemon estimate)

What happened: Thieves stole card numbers and personal information of customers of T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods and other discount chains owned by TJX Cos.

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